An electioneering bill of former days :
during the time of a contested election in Meath, some forty years ago, Sir Mark Somerville sent orders to the proprietor of the hotel in Trim to Board and lodge all that should vote for him, for which he received the following bill, which he got framed, and it still hangs in Somerville House, County Meath. The copy from which this is taken was found amongst the papers of the late Very Rev. Archdeacon O'Connell, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Meath ...
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Naas : William S. Gray, [c.1860?]
This item is held in the Ephemera Department.
Item is mounted on scrap book paper; on verso of which are 18th newspaper clippings.
Physical description: 1 sheet : ill. ; 48 x 30 cm.
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